Hotel Kim Du

Address: 14 Phuong Thanh St, Ha Tien, Vietnam | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 14 Phuong Thanh St, Ha Tien.
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Travel Blogs from Ha Tien

Beach Day at Kep

A travel blog entry by will.meyer on Jun 04, 2015

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... don't swim during the middle of the day and only go to the beach in the early morning or late evening as they also don't like getting tanned here. This little town or village is very sleepy and not much happening but it's exactly what we like. We decided to leave the beach at about 1600 and headed further south down the only road. It followed the coastline and had a few hotels and inns but there were no tourists around. I don't know how they remain in business ...

The Journey to Vietnam

A travel blog entry by kezwill15 on Apr 29, 2015

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Today we was leaving Koh Rong and Cambodia. Heading for the boarding and crossing into Vietnam. The day started very early indeed we set out alarms so we could go and watch the sunrise on monkey beach. It was only 5 minutes walk to here, we sat on the rocks and waited for the sun to come up. It was pretty cloudy so we were waiting a while before it peaked out from above the clouds. It wasn't the most amazing sunset we've ever seen but was still pretty. We headed back to bed for ...

Kampot - salt, pepper and a lil' bit of fishin'

A travel blog entry by heather.dyce on Jan 28, 2015

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... a while. creeping through narrow passageways and down into different crevasses. The guys then went back their own way while I continued on my tour to the next town of Kep. Being right on the coast line, this town is really just an adorable crab fishing community. Lots and lots of crab!  So what did I do?! Yep, took a well deserved break from riding to have a snack and enjoy. There are parts of this traveling life that I could certainly get used ...

A mask workshop at disability arts centre, Kampot!

A travel blog entry by crosbywilsher on Jan 13, 2015

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An amazing day and so totally serendipitous we think it is worth telling the story here: 2 weeks ago I was trying on a skirt ( shorts not appropriate in modest Cambodia) In a shop in Battambang in the back of someone's kitchen..... making polite conversation with the owner through a curtain , I told him I was from Chichester. He knew there was a nice theatre there, and I told him I worked at CFT in the special needs dept! Then through the curtain he told me he used to ...

New Year's Eve

A travel blog entry by dustinhaines on Jan 02, 2015

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... universe for good. I proposed to go down and tell Mr. Chim but justin willingly accepted the daunted task because he felt it was his responsibility for losing the key. Good man. I sat on the floor and waited as patiently as possible until I was greeted by the jingle jangle sound of keys and a smiling Mr. Chim with a exhausted and worrisome looking Hoff a flight of stairs below him. Chim brought out 4 different sets of key chains full of keys and began seeing if there was a ...